Edition 550, 21 April 2014
- Group Bookings - 2014 ACPET National Conference and Asia-Pacific International Education Forum (APIEF)
- Managing compliance with the ESOS and TPS framework: taking the worry out
- Credit Transfer - a step-by-step good practice guide
- Applying for grants and tenders - how to prepare a competitive bid
- Appraisal and Staff Development – How To Implement An Effective Planning And Appraisal Process With Your Staff
- Green Gown Awards open for All providers on 3 June!
- New in 2014! Delivering Win-Win fee-for-service contracts
- E-assessments: digital teaching tools for evidence gathering
- Upcoming ACPET Delegations & ANZA Workshop Summary
- Introducing the ACPET Quality Support Team
- Need help tracking down the LLN resources you need?
- Assistant Education Minister continues pursuit of VET in Schools reforms
- Register for the VET Sustainability Skills in Practice Symposium - 2 May
- Register now for Professional Development in Tasmania April-June
- Last chance! - Are you ready to be audited? - Hobart 24 April
- Subsidised PD - Key RTO non-compliances from ASQA reports - Launceston 1 May
- Register now for the Education for Sustainability Forum, Hobart, 1 May
Applying for grants and tenders - how to prepare a competitive bid
Monday, April 21 2014
Having the skills to prepare a competitive tender is considered a basic skill within any business. This webinar will walk you through the stages of preparing a solid and complete application, from concept development through to budget preparation. It will provide tips and tactics on how to unpack tender documentation to glean what really is important and show you how to respond in a compelling and persuasive way.
The webinar will also highlight common procurement processes that governments use to select winning bids. It will also put you in the shoes of the procurement officer so that you experience the process from their side and gain an appreciation of what matters to them.
For further information and to register for this webinar, please click here.